Weigh up your team and powerful level so you don't bite off more than you can chew! If you've played the , you'll know early on you'll get the 'New Powers' milestone, where you collect 'Visions of Light' from powerful creatures, which in turn unlocks a mission to get your first Seed of Light. Getting kills with your subclass powers will allow you activate more abilities in the new tree, until you've maxed it out across all four branches. With the final Seed of Light in hand, players will be able to start the process of fully unlocking the final perk cluster. You should start doing quests for Petra there and once you get to tier two do Blind Well until you get Seed of Light to drop. It requires Blind Well playthroughs to complete, so you may as well kill two birds with one stone. At the moment, there are two ways of getting this final Seed of Light: completing the Gateway Between Worlds Weekly Bounty from Petra Venj and in the Last Wish raid.
I am thinking that it is more likely that Seeds of Light will have a better drop chance during the raid and that is why people are connecting their discovery to a weekly reset when the raid is supposed to go live. Players are seeing a Seed of Light drop when beating the Forsaken Raid's first boss encounter -. Still, for now, this is your best and surest best at becoming the true, fully levelled Guardian you were always supposed to be. We can debate the timegate another day, but I do like how raiders got it first but then it was almost immediately opened up to everyone, as grinding Blind Well is not terribly difficult and anyone who has reached the Dreaming City should be able to do it. Just complete whatever the objective is in the next node. It's fairly uncommon - taking us around 4-5 attempts for it to show up.
For more Destiny 2 walkthroughs, guides, tips and tricks, make sure you visit our hub, or if you're after some general help then check out our for the things we wish we knew before we started playing. That day is here, and with all the other craziness, you can now get your third Seed of Light in the Dreaming City, which is once again tied to the Blind Well, but not as a random drop. The annual have arrived, alongside the return of. How to get more Seed of Light The Seed of Light is a consumable that gives you the third Super and set of abilities in each sub-class. Here's what you need to do to catch 'em all, as it were, in Destiny 2: Forsaken.
Get to the Dreaming City Before you can even think about activating the second or third subclass tree for your Guardian, you'll need to gain access to the Dreaming City, Destiny 2: Forsaken's sprawling end-game zone that isn't unlocked until you've completed the campaign. You will collect Visions of Light again, then head back to Io for another subclass mission. Chances are you'll have picked one of these up as a reward for completing various The Dreaming City activities, otherwise you can grab them from Petra. That's no longer the case. You cannot do Blind Well solo, so hopefully there will be other players actively playing when you arrive. Spiltting attention between bosses will result in failure, at least while people's light level is so much lower like right now. This mission is very similar to what we saw in vanilla Destiny when gaining new powers for your guardian.
For example, a titan has Sunbraker, Sentinel and Striker and Sunbraker had Code of the Fire Forged and Code of the Siegebreaker builds. After a certain amount of enemies are beaten, the next bubble activates. The % of guardians that ever beat raids is pretty small, I don't think they'd lock it behind that. The Dreaming City introduces a whole new world of mystery for players who manage to finish the Forsaken campaign and the Blind Well is one of the most enigmatic. Finally, the chests in Lost Sectors in the Dreaming City have a chance at rewarding Charges of Light. This involves tracking down talisman fragments as well as completing other objectives. There were rumors that you would even have to wait a week before you get a chance to find more Seeds.
Read my new sci-fi novel , which combines my love of fighting games and action movies. Advancing through various waves increases the Tier rating and the chance for better loot. As detailed in the video above, you can now do a weekly bounty from Petra that involves repeatedly completing the Blind Well. But rather than receiving a standard chest when you turn that item in, as per usual, you'll instead be presented with a portal that takes you to Mara Sov, who rewards you with a special chest that guarantees that sought over third Seed of Light. When Bungie discussed acquiring the new subclass trees in , the developer did say that not all players would be able to unlock all three immediately.
Before you get started, we highly recommend getting the 'Gateway Between Worlds' bounty first, which has to be purchased from planetary vendor Petra for 40 Dark Fragments - a currency you'll find from completing anything from Public Events to Patrols or opening chests. You will have to collect Visions of Light that drop from yellow enemies and various activities and chests. How to get a third Seed of Light After acquiring the second Seed of Light, players will need to get another Seed of Light in order to unlock the last subclass tree. How each round of Blind Well is quite simple. How to Get More Seeds of Light in Destiny 2: Forsaken Looking for how to get more Seeds of Light in Destiny 2: Forsaken? The subclass unlock comes in Tier 2, which costs 13 Dark Fragments to purchase from Petra, but sometimes you can get them as random drops in the world. This quest starts when you start the Forsaken campaign.
You can use that Seed of Light on the subclass that you used to open up a new Path, and thus, a new super. It is just going to be very hard to get more than one in the first week of Forsaken. I think there were 6 or 7 of us doing the blind well. You have to stand in 'safe' bubbles that appear in sequence around the totem, killing enemies that approach. The Last Wish raid is live for all Destiny 2: Forsaken owners and thus far the endgame encounter has proved quite challenging. Complete the Destiny 2 Forsaken main story and gain access to the Dreaming City.
Each tier will cost more Dark Fragments than the last, so make sure you earn a lot of Dark Fragments so you can stockpile a decent amount of Charges of Light. Players who wish to participate in the various tiered challenges of the Blind Well will need to get their hands on a Charge of Light, preferably a mixture of all tiers. After talking with the Queen, she will grant you a Seed of Light. Also, I was wrong, there are no more Visions of Light, you simply start using elemental abilities to unlock the next perks. Destiny 2 There is almost too much stuff happening in Destiny 2 today to even keep track of.